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Brings new depth to the term color coordinated.

Black Diamond specially anodized a set of 6 Neutrino 'biners to simplify and lighten your rack. The Neutrino Rackpack features 6 Neutrino carabiners anodized in each Camalot color: gray, purple, green, red, yellow and blue. Now you can put all your #1 Cams on the red 'biner, all your #2's on the yellow, and so on and so forth. Woohoo!!

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5 5

Good deal.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

They're cheap, nice versatile size, and not too heavy. Definitely hit a sweet spot for functionality vs. price.

Responded on

And BD stands behind them. I had the gate action on one start to become sloppy, so I sent it in to Salt Lake, and got a whole new rackpack a week later.

Simply Solid

Simply Solid

Great carabiners, probably the most I've seen people use on their trad racks. Color scheme matches with the BD Cams, are simple in design, strong, and light.

5 5

Love 'em

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The 'biners are just the right size for many applications. Using them for an alpine draw using nylon slings, thinner dynema and for tying your rope w/ a clove hitch, they work. The clove-hitch rope is a stretch but they are useable in a pinch. On draws they are easy to clip. A+ for the gate action and the gate registration when they snap shut.

Now as far as the color matching, yep they do vary. But really, do you care that much ?? Purple is still purple even if it's slightly darker/lighter !!

Big plus is that they are cheap. You can use them as bail 'biners if you have to and leave them as a gift to someone else's bounty!!

Basically these are my go-to 'biners

Biner Size Comparrison

Biner Size Comparrison

From Top Left to Bottom Right:

Mammut Wall Micro Locking - MAM004G
Mad Rock Ultralight Wire Gate - MRC0074
Trango Phase Carabiner - TRG0063
CAMP USA Photon Wire Straight Gate - CMP3296
Black Diamond Neutrino - BLD0851
Black Diamond Mini Pearabiner Screwgate - BLD0729
Omega Pacific Five-O Screw Lock - OGP0029
Petzl Am'D Locking - PTZ0129
Trango React Screwlock - TRG000K

Jared D.
Expert Gearhead
800.409.4502 ext 4055
jdowns@backcountry.com

Off Colors

Off Colors

So in a review I posted about a slight difference in colors. When I purchased the rack pack (this item) the gray did not match the gray single neutrino I purchased.

Previously I've noticed this, but this time it wasn't even close.

4 5

Simple but Effective / Sturdy

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

When I started building my rack, the natural cost effective go-to was the Neutrino Rackpack.

Gate Size:
The gate size on these are middle of the road. Not super huge but not super small. They work perfectly fine for me. My draws are all the Trango Phase draws that have small wire gates (some climbing partners complain about them) the Neutrino's have bigger gates than my Phase biners and I think the Neutrino gates are perfectly fine. 4 out of 5 stars for this.

Biner Size:
Like the gate, these aren't huge biners but they aren't super small either. For trad they're great and get the job done. I give a 4 out of 5 stars for the size.

Color Coding:
This is the biggest strength for these is the anodization color matching with the Camalots.

But here is where is where I'll be nit-picky. Especially since BDE manufactures stuff that costs a lot. The single Neutrino's I bought do not match identically (color-wise) to the Neutrino Rackpack that I purchased. It looks to me like they were either anodized in different manufacturing facilities or there was an inconsistency in the product made at one facility. This doesn't make me mad since they'll get all scratched up and used. But it is something that makes me curious since BDE they constantly mention their quality standards. I'd give them 3 out of 5 stars on this just because it should be the same.

Weight:
These are not super light like some of the Trango Phase biners or other biners out there but they definitely are not super heavy. I've given them 3.5 out of 5 starts for the weight.

Over all these are great and the perfect economical option (as economical as trad equipment can be!) for someone just building their rack.

Jared D.
Gearhead
800.409.4502 ext 4055

4 5

The biner is as it is.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

What you see is what you get. They do their biners job, plus help to recognise the cams

5 5

Helps fight the Elvis leg!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

When in a hurry to find the right size of gear, these color coded carabiners are a huge help. Not to mention, the gates are as smooth as butter!

5 5

Great size, color, and design

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have always been a big fan of Black Diamond wire gate 'biners. It's nice having matching colors for my Camalots. Though I use these on my Metolius TCU's too, the matching 'biner color is not a must for me just a plus. Nothing gives me confidence in my equipment quite like the black diamond name.

Great size, color, and design
5 5

Cam Companions

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I just got these little guys for my black diamond cams. Good price, reliable company (not afraid to take a fall on these), light weight, and nice colors. The green could be brighter, but I'm not complaining. A wise investment indeed!

4 5

Perfect in every way.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Picked this up to match my BD cams and I love them. Slick, light, colors are vibrant and easy to identify. Perfect match.

5 5

perfect for any set of cams

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I got these awhile back and have been using the hell out of hem on my trad routes. They are light and make picking my cams easy. Granted the green could be a bit darker color. In he bright light it is easy to mistake it as silver. But over all a great product.

5 5

great biner

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

these are my go to for racking cams. they cordinate and are pretty small and light

5 5

OCD Peoples best Friend

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These carbiners are awesome for people who need to be matchy matchy!!! Excellent action on the gates, they hold up great even with plenty of rope drag.

5 5

great for cam set

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

bought it for my set of camalots.
not much t addm binners are binners, not the lightest one in the market. if you are not on a budgets and care about weight consider buying the metolious mini, or the BD oz.

5 5

Light and handy

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Good biners, barely weigh anything, and perfect to rack with a set of cams 0.5-3, with one extra biner left over.

4 5

Good biners, nice colors

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Light, colorful, work great. I haven't experienced slings catching on the nose as others have. The variety of colors are nice and allow you to "color coordinate" with your cams, as others have stated.

4 5

Good Carabiner, not my favorite

These are good, lightweight, and fairly inexpensive carabiners. They are super nice for color coordinating your rack, so it it easy to find which one you want when you are pumped and 85 feet above the ground. The only gripe i have against these is the face that they catch a lot on just about everything. The nose has a notch in it, and things always snag in it. kind of a pet peeve for me, but overall a pretty good carabiner.

Responded on

Wire-gates have this issue. However BD has a newer one - Black Diamond Oz Rackpack. The Oz have a wire across the hooked-gate area so that the rope easily flows past it. My alpine draws consist of Neutrino's on one end and Oz's on the other (the rope side = Oz's).